2022 - 2023 Workshops

September 13 & 14, 2022

                            Meena Schaldenbrand


“Mixed Media Textile Art Exchange”                            Workshop Fee - $60


    Create and exchange tiny works of fiber art. Work in a series, work small, explore different concepts, try many fun techniques, and trade art. We will build quick backgrounds and develop designs. It is fun to see how others interpret the same theme! Lots of examples and ideas on what to do with your new exchanges.

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     Meena will be providing many items for you to play with, including crimpers, embossing folders, net, transparencies, stamps, stencils, watercolors, and window screen. She will also bring manual dies and die cutters, to speed things up!

     Since you will be exchanging artwork, it will be great for you to use your own unique fabrics. Come to design, play, trade, and have fun.


Supply List                                                            There is no kit fee.


    • One (1) fat quarter, tone-on-tone or white-on-white fabric

    • One (1) yard Pellon 72F-Peltex two-sided fusible ultra-firm stabilizer

    • One (1) yard Wonder Under fusible interfacing • Assorted colors – fat quarters and/or fused fabric scraps

    • Rotary mat, rotary cutter, and ruler

    • Pens, pencils

    • Blank paper or index cards

    • Optional - Laptop or smart phone

                     Hand embroidery/sewing kit  


                     Sewing machine

                     Magazine pages, maps, music, sewing pattern paper, a few sheets of cardstock

                     Matte medium


        Updated supply lists will be sent to participants prior to the workshop.

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October 11 & 12, 2022

Amanda Cinco-Hoyt & Michelle McCoskey  

“Creating a vat and working with Indigo & Resist Techniques”                                                                            Workshop Fee - $80


     During this day and a half workshop, you will help to create a working organic indigo vat and learn various resist techniques including stitching, folding, and clamping that will allow you to manipulate your fabric to create unique and stunning surface designs. Using indigo, a deep blue natural dye known for its striking color and influential history, you will learn about how this natural dye, once more expensive than gold, impacted societies across the world and understand why it is still a revered dye to this day. You will take home a silk scarf, a cotton bandana, an indigo vat starter so that you can create your own vat at home, and a working knowledge of how to keep your vat alive and healthy for many projects to come.

Working indigo vat and natural dye plant seedlings including Woad, marigolds, & Japanese Indigo

Kit includes:                                                                                                            Kit Fee - $ 35

    • Indigo dye and ingredients for vat.
    • One (1) silk scarf.
    • One (1) cotton handkerchief.

Supply List:


    • Smock or apron.
    • Reusable rubber gloves.
    • 20 rubber bands.
    • Two (2) embroidery needles.
    • Cotton upholstery thread.
    • Notebook and pencil.



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